Shell-scheme: These are the rows of exhibiting booths seen at most shows, usually built from an aluminium modular system called Octanorm. These booths come in an assortment of different sizes and configurations, generally between 6 to 24 square metres in size.
Space-only: In contrast to shell-scheme, space-only is as the name suggests, simply a chalked out area in the exhibition venue. Within this space, exhibitors build or have built, their display or exhibition stand.
Build-Up: This is the time period allowed by the Show Organisers, to build the exhibition stands within the venue.
Break-Down: The period allowed after the show is finished for exhibitors and contractors to dismantle and remove all displays and materials.
Exhibition Rigging: The attaching, be specialist show contractors, of any display or lighting rig from the venues roof structure.
Banner Displays: Wide range of cheap banner type solutions are available, including Roller-Banners, Fabric Banners and Tensioned Banner Systems. Typical price range: £50.00 to £150.00.
Fabric Displays: For small scale displays, Fabric Stands are popular. Extremely lightweight, seamless and portable, available in different widths and styles.
iPad Display Stands: With so many show exhibitors using iPad and Tablet devices on their exhibition stands, a whole wide range of display stands have been created for these displays, costing from £99.00 up to £350.00.
Shell Scheme Graphics: Many exhibition companies will supply large-format graphic panels, to fit into the shell scheme booth, at prices of around £150.00 per graphic.